A space shuttle is in a circular orbit at an altitude of 150 mi. Calculate the absolute value of g at this altitude and determine the corresponding weight of a shuttle passenger who weighs 200 lb when standing on the surface of the earth at a latitude of 45. Are the terms zero-g and weightless, which are sometimes used to describe conditions aboard orbiting spacecraft, correct in the absolute sense?

Linux O/S -Student Lab-2016: MULTIMEDIAUNIVERSITY Goals of this lab: Learn the basics of the Linux command line Learn to manage files and directories Learn about the command shell Learn about environment variables Learn about processes and job control GROUP MEMBERS 1.Reg. Number: ENG:219-069/2015 Names: LYDIAKIMATA 2.Reg. Number:ENG:219-046/2015...